Golf can be great fun and rewarding. But it can be even more fun and rewarding if play is for an admirable cause like the 2013 Elks Clothe-A-Child benefit set for Saturday, July 6, at Payson Golf Course.
Payson High School wrestling coach Casey Woodall is hailing the May 4 off-season youth tournament held in Wilson Dome an overwhelming success. “Things are on the upswing,” he said. Following a full day of mat action involving aspiring wrestlers ages 5 and older, two local grapplers — Levi Herrera and B. J. Paulson — won weight class championships.
Cinco de Mayo — meaning the 5th of May — is this weekend. It commemorates the Battle of Puebla in which outnumbered Mexican troops defeated the invading French soldiers.
Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner. I have to admit the only thing I really ever knew about it until recently is that it was a holiday on May 5.
Most music fans undoubtedly recognize that the above lyrics are from country artist George Jones’ chart-topping hit, “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” composed by Country Hall of Fame songwriters Bobby Braddock and Curly Putman.
The P/S Thrift Store is celebrating Western heritage in honor of Payson’s upcoming Spring Rodeo. The store will have Western clothing, cowboy boots, and western home decor for sale. There will also be a special feature: a Knapp Sewing Machine.
A few weeks back I mentioned a drive to Payson and back that I genuinely enjoyed. I got thinking about that afterward and could not help but be amazed at how much our attitude toward driving has changed since I was a boy.
Christopher Creek was always the end of the line on Tuesdays. He had four stops here in town… Jo’s Market, Christopher Creek Bar, Woody’s and finally Creekside.
About 50 people participated in the hikes and other events presented in Pine as part of its second annual celebration of Arizona Trails Day April 27.